StatusBuddy for macOS allows you to monitor the status of Apple services from your menu bar

StatusBuddy for macOS is a new application that makes it easy to quickly check the status of Apple’s various online services. If a service Apple is having problems, StatusBuddy makes it easy to quickly see the details of the question.

Developed by ’s Guilherme Rambo, StatusBuddy life in your Mac’s menu bar. When a service Apple is a victim of problems, you will see a red exclamation point; you can click on the StatusBuddy icon to find the information about the service concerned, as we can see in the screenshot above.

StatusBuddy includes any service from Apple than you might think, ranging from developer and business specific tools, such as the App Store, Connect and TestFlight services to consumers, such as Apple TV+ Apple Music, and iCloud.

Here’s how Rambo describes the application:

Apple has its own system status web page, but it lacks many of the finer details on each specific service and is often slow to update. StatusBuddy takes things to the next level with additional details and easy access directly through your mac menu bar.

StatusBuddy is a simple application that displays an icon on your Mac menu bar. When a service Apple is having problems, the icon displays a red badge and you can click on to verify what’s happening. The application displays the same problems Apple reports in their official system status dashboards for the developers and the consumers, so it includes both the developers of services such as the App Store, Connect and TestFlight and services to consumers, such as the Apple of the Music, and TV+.

Developed by ’s Guilherme Rambo, StatusBuddy life in your Mac’s menu bar. When a service Apple is a victim of problems, you will see a red exclamation point; you can click on the StatusBuddy icon to find the information about the service concerned, as we can see in the screenshot above.

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StatusBuddy is a simple application that displays an icon on your Mac menu bar. When a service Apple is having problems, the icon displays a red badge and you can click on to verify what’s happening. The application displays the same problems Apple reports in their official system status dashboards for the developers and the consumers, so it includes both the developers of services such as the App Store, Connect and TestFlight and services to consumers, such as the Apple of the Music, and TV+.

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